More than 3,000 programmes and specialisation being offered in the network of public and private higher education institutes (HEIs) in Malaysia is set to attract students from Oman at a leading education exhibition in the Sultanate this month.
Despite impressive progress in raising school enrolment over the past decade, more than 21 million - one in every four children and young adolescents - in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region are either out of school or at risk of drop
Sita, a global provider of border management solutions and air transport, has launched the SITA Air Transport Community Foundation to work with charities to deliver educational programmes and technology to communities in need.
Investcorp has agreed to buy a United States schools provider, the Bahrain-listed alternative investment fund said on Monday.
The deal to acquire Nobel Learning, a major private education firm in the US with a network of 176 schoo
Education practice leader at FranklinCovey and renowned author and speaker Sean Covey has met with key education authorities, teachers, students, and parents during his first visit to Saudi Arabia.
He discussed the high-impact of
The continued development of the Gulf Cooperation Council’s (GCC) workforce depends on improving the quality and accessibility of vocational education in the region, delegates at the Gulf Education and Conference and Exhibition heard.
Qatar is proceeding with planned economic development projects despite cheaper oil and is prioritising those related to health, education and transport, finance minister Ali Sherif Al-Emadi said on Sunday.
"Despite the drop i
The Gulf Cooperation Council’s (GCC) education sector is set to increase the use of ‘smart’ devices for teaching and learning purposes to 100 per cent by 2017, according to a recent study.
ICDL Arabia, the govern
About 81 per cent of private schools and 68 per cent of government schools have been ranked as only satisfactory or inadequate by Bahrain's education watchdog.
The National Authority of Qualifications and Quality Assurance for Educa
Mobile devices with broadband connectivity could prove the panacea in the global effort to bring educational opportunities to people everywhere, especially the world’s poorest, or most isolated communities, a report said.